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Injury Prevention Specialist/Program Assistant (DH3206) 

About the Organization Thank you for your interest in exploring the professionally rewarding and personally fulfilling benefits with Tuba City Regional Health Care Corp. We look forward to continuing our discussion about the opportunity and purpose health professionals experience as valued members of TCRHCC team.

A TCRHCC career offers a chance to live and work within or near Native communities, providing clinicians/nurses/administrators with a unique opportunity to learn the heritage of the tribes we serve, discover traditions that have been carried down for generations and gain cultural insight into the beliefs and values of a deserving and appreciative patient population.


The incumbent will perform Injury Prevention activities and Program Assistant duties. The incumbent is responsible for collecting, reviewing, and compiling injury data. Incumbent will develop injury prevention education tools to increase awareness on methods and strategies to prevent injuries. Incumbent will provide and perform administrative support in support of the Environmental Health Services (DEHS) and the Injury Prevention (IP) program. Provide program related relevant, accurate and timely information to participating programs, school and/or tribal, state and federal entities. Manage and track all expenditures, and budgets related to the EHS as well as Injury Prevention grant activities. Identify and participate in events enhancing EHS and Injury Prevention program activities and connection with community; guide and motivate participants to actively participate. Coordinate all aspects of the Car seat and CAPP programs. Gather, compile and submit data required for program performance and evaluation.


  1. Collect injury data through established methods; TCRHCC electronic health record, Navajo Nation office of Criminal Investigation and the Tuba City Police department.
  2. Prepares Excel spreadsheets to track and maintain Injury Prevention data. Prepares reports and enters data through various informational software systems.
  3. Assists the manager in stablishing injury trends and create measurable objectives for injury prevention education.
  4. Assists in conducting Injury data, and prevention information presentations to community stakeholders to include Senior centers, Head starts, area schools, service area chapters, TCRHCC board of directors and other stakeholders.
  5. Ensure supplies and equipment for staff and participants for Injury Prevention classes or meetings are available in advance
  6. Maintains sufficient supplies of car seats for the car seat program as well as the Children are Priceless Passengers (CAPP) programs.
  7. Coordinates Car seat and CAPP classes for the TCRHCC service area communities.
  8. Schedules and leads Injury Prevention Committee meetings, prepares and shares injury data and trends with committee members.
  9. Work closely with Environmental Health Officers to advise and consult on injury prevention issues for individuals and targeted groups.
  10. Participants in mandatory in-services regarding Fire Safety and OSHA. Understands and adhere to established compliance, safety, and quality assurance standards.
  11. Willing to attend and if applicable receive certification in areas of Suicide Awareness such as ASIST and Mental Health First Aid to augment the Injury Prevention program.
  12. Ensure proper PPE is worn at all times while on duty including but not limited to, face mask, gloves, gown, isolation gown, NIOSH-approved N95 filtering facepiece respirator or higher, if available), and eye or face shield.
  13. Complete all donning and doffing tasks in a safe acceptable method and discard of used PPE accordingly. (see CDC website for most current updates)
  14. Complete task training for all routine cleaning and decontamination processes for all surfaces contaminated by a communicable disease to ensure a high level of patient, visitor, employee, and external customer satisfaction.


  1. Demonstrates a pleasant, professional demeanor while greeting, addressing employees and visitors. Assist employees, clients and visitors by answering questions in a knowledgeable manner and providing appropriate information to meet the objective of the inquiry. Maintains meeting calendars, types correspondences, tracks department budgets and expenditures, processing invoices, payments, travel advances, and travel reimbursement requests necessary. Establishes, maintains, and updates records of all staff personnel folders. Prepares Excel spreadsheets to track and maintain various EHS and IP programs.
  2. Tracks project initiatives within departmental plans assigned by the Environmental Health Officers. Assist in compiling statistics and organizing data for the EHS staff. Prepare specific reports regarding multiple projects, strategic plan, annual budget, or other report and documents as directed.
  3. Ensure supplies for staff and participants for EHS and IP classes are available in advance. Identify needs of participants and link them with appropriate staff to fulfill their needs. Interact with participants to identify their needs, develop goals, and create goal achievement plans; identify best services to address their needs and attain goals. Ensure all files on each participant are kept up to date and database reflects latest attendance details. Update and maintain accurate and detailed participant records.
  4. Manages the TCRHCC Car Seat program including; ordering and ensuring an adequate supply, educating the public about proper installation and usage of car seat restraints; recruits Child Passenger Safety Technicians (CPST). Monitors expiration of certification for CPSTs, notify and find certification opportunities for CPSTs.
  5. Schedules meetings including room and equipment reservations. Performs research efforts and prepares PowerPoint presentations through the direction of the Supervisor.
  6. Obtain emails for survey report recipients, copy and electronically send survey reports and letters to appropriate recipients, and file hard copies in a timely manner. Maintain accurate and up-to-date records for the various functions, decisions and actions of the EHS staff and office; establishes and maintains client files.
  7. Assists with Community Health pandemic response to include Check point screening, Screener/Greeter, and community connector (food/water/sanitizing supplies distribution) duties as needed.
  8. Performs other duties as assigned.


The physical and mental demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individual with disabilities to perform the essential functions.


The work is mostly sedentary, position involves prolonged ability to sit, twist, and reach, frequent ability to stand, walk, bend, and maintain balance. Must also have ability to occasionally drive, climb, kneel, and crouch. Sensory requirements for position include the ability of prolonged far, near, and color vision, depth perception, seeing fine details, hearing normal speech over the telephone and in person with others, hearing overhead pages, and ability of prolonged telephone use. Must have ability to frequently carry items weighing up to 24lbs and occasionally will need to carry items up to 75lbs. Require the ability to carry items such as books, patients’ charts, car seats, educational materials and equipment, papers and related documents or files. Must also have the ability to push and pull frequently up to 10lbs and occasionally up to 50lbs. Position requires ability of both hand manipulation of simple and firm grasping, fine manipulation and prolonged use of keyboards.


Must be able to prioritize and use good judgement; coordinates a variety of issues while being intermittently/frequently interrupted. This position requires teamwork with integrity, honesty, and to ensure completeness of work. Mental and emotional requirements include the ability of prolonged concentration, handling a high degree of flexibility, handling multiple priorities in stressful situation, demonstrating high degree of patience, and working in areas that are close and crowded. Requires ability to frequently cope with high levels of stress, make decisions under high pressure, work alone, and occasionally will need to cope with anger/fear/hostility of others in a calm way and manage altercations,


May frequently be exposed to extremes in temperature or humidity. Occasionally may be exposed to infectious diseases, chemical agents, dust, fumes, gases, unprotected heights, and loud noises.

Position Requirements



  • High School Diploma or GED


  • Must have and maintain a current unrestricted Drivers’ License
  • Must maintain and have a current valid certification of the following throughout employment, if none, obtain within six (6) months of hire
    • Basic Life Support (BLS) from the American Heart Association
  • Become a certified Child Passenger Safety Technician within six (6) months of hire


  • Must have five (5) years of experience as an Administrative/Executive Assistant, Office Manager, and/or Program Assistant
  • Must have two (2) years of experience of verifiable work experience with spreadsheet and/or database management

Other Skills and Abilities:

A record of satisfactory performance in all prior and current employment as evidenced by positive employment references from previous and current employers. All employment references must address and indicate success in each one of the following areas:

  • Positive working relationships with others
  • Possession of high ethical standards and no history of complaints
  • Reliable and dependable; reports to work as scheduled without excessive absences
  • Must be able to work independently and be highly motivated, organized, and efficient
  • Skilled with budget development and budget management
  • Ability to work under conditions of frequent interruptions and willingness to work flexible schedule
  • Exceptional interpersonal communication skills; eager to cooperate with others
  • Must be proficient with typing and accurate spelling/grammar, skilled with Microsoft Office software programs
  • Completion of and above-satisfactory scores on all job interviews, demonstrating to the satisfaction of the interviewees and TCRHCC that the applicant can perform the essential functions of the job
  • Successful completion of and positive results from all background and reference checks, including positive employment references from authorized representatives of past and current employers demonstrating to the satisfaction of TCRHCC a record of satisfactory performance and that the applicant can perform the essential functions of the job
  • Successful completion of fingerprint clearance requirements, physical examinations, and other screenings indicating that the applicant is qualified to be employed by TCRHCC and demonstrating to the satisfaction of TCRHCC that the applicant can perform the essential functions of the job
  • Submission of all required employment-related documents, applications, resumes, references, and other required information free of false, misleading or incomplete information, as determined by TCRHCC.
Close Date 12/16/2022  
Exempt/Non-Exempt Non-Exempt  
Full-Time/Part-Time Full-Time  
Location Tuba City Regional Health Care Corporation  
Navajo/Indian Preference Applicants who are enrolled members of the Navajo Nation/Hopi Tribe and San Juan Southern Paiute Tribes and who meet the necessary qualifications for this position will be given preference in hiring and employment for this position.  
Open Date 10/28/2022  

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